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LINGUIST List 17.158

Tue Jan 17 2006

Jobs: Syntax/Phonology: Asst/Assoc Prof,U of Puerto Rico

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        1.    Dory Belvis, English & Syntax/Phonology: Asst or Assoc Prof, University of Puerto Rico, PR, USA

Message 1: English & Syntax/Phonology: Asst or Assoc Prof, University of Puerto Rico, PR, USA
Date: 17-Jan-2006
From: Dory Belvis <dbelvisuprrp.edu>
Subject: English & Syntax/Phonology: Asst or Assoc Prof, University of Puerto Rico, PR, USA

University or Organization: University of Puerto Rico
Department: English - College of Humanities
Job Rank: Assistant or Associate Professor
Specialty Areas: Syntax and Phonology
Required Language(s): English (eng)


The English Department of the College of Humanities at the University of
Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus, announces a tenure-track position
(Assistant or Associate Professor) beginning in July, 2006 for a
specialist in syntax with a secondary interest in phonology or vice versa,
to teach phonology and syntax at the introductory graduate and
undergraduate levels. Applicants must have a Ph.D. in the area of
specialization from an accredited university and demonstrate commitment to
research and publishing. The position involves the teaching of M.A.-level
and undergraduate syntax and phonology courses, as well as general
linguistics and some E.S.L. Competence in or willingness to learn Spanish
is desirable but not required at the time of the initial appointment. The
English Department offers B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees, and the applicant
will be expected to contribute to both undergraduate and graduate programs,
conduct research in his/her field, serve on department and M.A. Exam
committees, and direct theses. Teaching load is 12 credits per semester
(possibly reduced to 9 for research). Salary and benefits are competitive.
Moving expenses cannot be paid.

Send application letter describing research interests and relevant teaching
experience, copies of transcripts from all colleges and universities
attended, and three letters of recommendation to Dr. Ann Albuyeh, Chair,
Syntax-Phonology Search, Personnel Committee, English Department, College
of the Humanities, University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus, P.O. Box
23356, San Juan, PR, 00931-3356. All materials must be received by March
31, 2006. Review of materials begins immediately and will continue until
the position is filled.

The University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus is an Equal Opportunity

Address for Applications:

Dr. Ann Albuyeh
Chair, Syntax/Phonology Personnel Committee
University of Puerto Rico, English Department, College of Humanities
PO Box 23356
San Juan, PR 00931-3356

Application Deadline: 31-Mar-2006

Contact Information:

Dr. Ann Albuyeh
Email: safnicaribe.net
Phone: 787-764-0000-ext. 2553
Fax: 787-764-0000-ext.3796
Website: http://www.uprrp.edu

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